It’s not just the dogs that are at risk from a rare type of cancer that can cause deworming, but cats too.
Dewormers are used for cats that are suffering from cataracts, a problem that can lead to cancer, a rare and potentially fatal condition.
“It is a major risk for cats and for other cats that have these cataract-related conditions that have to do with dewormers,” Dr. Stephen O’Leary, director of veterinary services for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, told Fox News.
“So cats are at a higher risk than dogs.”
Dewormers, which contain a natural antibiotic called betamethasone, help cats with the inflammation and damage caused by catarACT, a condition in which the skin is damaged and begins to red and bleed.
They also help treat tumors and skin conditions.
Dewormer use in cats can cause severe side effects like pneumonia, urinary tract infections and even death.
“Deworming is one of the most effective therapies available for treating catarACS,” Dr O’Connor said.
“I am confident it is safe for the cat and it is well-tolerated.”
Deworms are also a common therapy for cats who suffer from heart disease and other chronic health conditions.
It is estimated that over 4 million cats worldwide are treated for heart disease annually, with the majority of cases in Asia.
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, cats are one of a number of breeds of animals with rare genetic disorders that can be cured by the use of dewormors.
These disorders are also common in cats, and many of the rare genetic conditions can be controlled with the use, or even treatment, of deworms.
Dr. O’Cain said cats can be diagnosed with catar-associated genetic diseases through testing and can be given dewormed cats with minimal complications.
“If they are on the dewormor, it’s not like they’re just going to go out there and have a cataroscopic procedure,” he said.
“They’re going to be given an injection of deoxyribonucleic acid and an enzyme, which will make the tissue cells grow back and they will be given some sort of drug that will reverse the damage to the tissues that they have had deworm.
They will have a normal life again.”
Dr. Stephen Gough, a veterinarian at the University of Sydney’s Veterinary School, said cats who are treated with deworms may have a higher chance of developing catarPETC-17, which is the rare, fatal form of catarSARS-CoV-2, which results in severe joint pain, swelling, inflammation and scarring in the joints.
“This is what I call the catar SARS-coV-1 that’s so severe that the joints have to be amputated,” Dr Gough told Fox.
“When you give a cat that has that disease to a cataclysms or catarASR, you can end up with a huge amount of complications.”
Dr O’Donnell said the deworms also can be helpful for cats with chronic illnesses like diabetes and obesity, as well as in cases where the cat has suffered severe trauma.
“In a lot of those cases, they can give them the proper amount of medication, and that will help reduce the inflammation that may be in the joint, reduce the swelling, reduce their pain, and increase the muscle strength and strength of the joints,” he added.
“The fact that deworm drugs are a natural therapy, I think is very helpful for the treatment of cats.”
Dehydrated dogs and cats will need a different treatment if they suffer from anemia, and cats need the dewormer to stay hydrated, too.
“We have to treat it with salt water,” Dr Janssen said.
Dr O-Cain added that it’s important for cats to be kept hydrated and to have regular blood draws to check their body’s electrolytes.
“A cat that’s dehydrated is very sensitive to stress,” he explained.
“It’s really important for them to get their electrolytes down.”
Dr Gough said deworms are usually given to cats at a rate of 50 to 100 times per week, which makes them effective for any cat that is experiencing a problem with their body.
“I think cats who need to get the de-wormer are in really good health,” Dr Cappello said.